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Justinian I- another character assassination

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    Posted: 26-Jul-2005 at 16:53
The paranoia between the two empires could have easily been erased had friendly relations been established. I quite sure Yazdegerd and Heraclius were kicking themselves for not thinking about this when the Arabs opening large cans of "whup-ass" on them.
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  Quote Jazz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14-Aug-2005 at 04:13
Originally posted by Heraclius


 It isnt that massive an extension from what Justinian achieved so that may well have been possible under somebody like Heraclius. If things were different the history of the empire in this period would be unrecognisable, Byzantium to strong for the Arabs, no iconoclasm, no dark age itd be totall different to what we know the be Byzantium.

I wonder how the history of the Papacy would have been different (and by extention, the religious history of Catholic Europe) had Italy remained unfragmented (ie, no Lombard invasion, or beating off the Lombards afterwards) and the Pope didn't have to assume all the secular power he did around Rome.
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